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Arrested Development's Mitchell Hurwitz To Guest Star On Community During Season 5
Most of Mitchell Hurwitz’ credits involve writing, including his series Arrested Development, but he’s been known to drop by a TV series here and there for a little guest appearance. He guest starred on Comedy Central’s Workaholics back in 2011 — the stars of the show in turn cameoed in Arrested Development’s fourth season this year — and Hurwitz appeared in Kroll Show this year. Coming next year, we’ll see him in an episode of Community.
Community Season 5 Premiere Date Set, Ironside And Welcome To The Family Canceled
There's bad news and good news, which do you want first? We'll start with the good news: Community has a return date! The comedy will return for Season 5 on January 2. Better news is that's a Thursday, in other words, not a Friday or any other non-Thursday day. Of course, for Community to have a spot on Thursday's line-up, one comedy would have to step aside, and it looks like it's Welcome to the Family that's getting the axe.
Check Out Nathan Fillion On The Set Of Community
Community is gearing up for its fifth season on NBC. The network has yet to announce when the comedy will be making its big return, but we do know the show is at least filming, thanks to some awesome set photos posted by Alison Brie today. On Tuesday, the actress was on the Community set hanging out with star Joel McHale and none other than Nathan Fillion.
Nathan Fillion To Guest Star On Community
Remember almost two years ago there was that photo of Nathan Fillion lounging around the Community set and we all hoped there'd be a guest appearance from the Firefly star, and then there wasn't one? Well, there's going to be one. I like to think Nathan Fillion's been draped over the Greendale Community College study room table this entire time and we just never noticed him, but more than likely, he's returning to the set for this confirmed guest appearance. And as a major bonus, it's the same episode that Jonathan Banks (Mike from Breaking Bad) will be appearing in.
Rob Corddry And Jonathan Banks Signed On For Community's Season 5
Community squeaked its way through the ratings enough to earn a fifth season renewal at NBC, which was a miracle in a year where nearly every comedy series on the network (thankfully sans Parks and Rec) was scrapped. The show isn’t expected to return to NBC’s schedule until this winter (probably), but fans of the series will be happy to learn that the show is casting for the new season, signing on Rob Corddry and Jonathan Banks.
Help Fund Community Fan Convention CommuniCon 2
Kickstarter rewards include tickets for admission, t-shirts, DVDs of the documentary, signed items from the cast and crew, front seats to all panels and more. So if you don’t have the money to make it out to L.A., but you have the urge within you to join CommuniCon in spirit, there are options here that will definitely make you give (Chevy) chase.
Donald Glover Sells Atlanta-Based Comedy To FX
Donald Glover has a lot on his plate, and with Community dropping down to 13 episodes this season, it makes sense that Glover might look elsewhere for a project. At the time, however, it remained to be seen what that project might be. On Tuesday, it was revealed that the actor already has plans in the works to put together a project with FX.
Community Comic-Con 2013 Live Blog
Few comedies on television have gone through as much drama as Community has, but the future is looking pretty damn bright. NBC has renewed the show for a fourth season, Chevy Chase - who was at the center of many of the series’ behind the scenes problems – has graduated and moved on, and (most importantly) creator Dan Harmon is back as showrunner.
Donald Glover Will Be In Fewer Than Half Of Community's Episodes Next Season
At the same time… couldn't he have just waited a few more months? Even the most optimistic fans assume this is Community's last season, and it's not like Glover couldn't have continued making music while planning a big tour for next summer once the show has wrapped. And Community relies more than many other comedies on the strength of its ensemble, putting the entire cast in the study group room and allowing them to play off each other
Revolution, Community, Grimm, The Blacklist And Seth Meyers Headed To SDCC
Names involved with each of the above shows will be in attendence, including Spader, but also Megan Boone, Hugh Dancy, David Giuntoli, Silas Weir Mitchell, and a star-studded Community panel featuring Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie, Ken Jeong, and Dan Harmon, who recently returned to the series as showrunner. SNL and soon-to-be late night host Seth Meyers is also set to appear at the Hulu panel
Community Season 4 Will Hit DVD In August
Among the few comedies to remain on the network for another season are Parks and Recreation and the likeable cult comedy, Community. Despite the Season 5 renewal, Community has yet to pop up on NBC’s schedule for next season. We’ll probably see the series hit the schedule again at midseason, but until then, diehard fans will be able to re-watch their favorite episodes when Community: The Complete Fourth Season hits DVD on August 6.
NBC Fall 2013 Premiere Dates Set
Earlier this week, CBS showed us their Fall 2013 TV premiere schedule. Today, NBC has followed suit, laying out the premiere dates for their new and returning series this fall, including the return of The Voice, Grimm and Revolution, as well as new series Dracula, The Michael J. Fox Show, The Blacklist and Sean Saves the World
Dan Harmon Criticizes Season 4 Of Community, Calling It An Unflattering Impression
In the past, I've likened the fourth season of Community as the kind of season we see from a beloved sitcom that's begun to show its age, only in the case of Community, the show should actually still be reaching its prime. But with series creator Dan Harmon let go and new writers brought in to replace him, the comedy began to slip sooner than it might have. Listening to Dan Harmon talk about Season 4 on his recent podcast, during which the recently-returned Community showrunner admits to watching Season 4...
Dan Harmon Officially Returning To Community As Showrunner
It's officially official. Dan Harmon is coming back to Community. The comedy's creator actually confirmed that news last week, but now NBC has made that network-official, announcing that Dan Harmon would be returning as showrunner and executive producer of Community, and adding that Chris McKenna was also set to return as executive producer. The figurative band is getting back together.
Dan Harmon Confirms He's Coming Back To Community
Dan Harmon has confirmed that he's returning to Community. And we have Joel McHale to thank for this, apparently. Harmon let slip that there was a chance he might be returning to his NBC comedy series during a recording of his podcast Harmontown, however it was unconfirmed whether that was really going to happen. Today the former showrunner tweeted that "Yes yes yes! I'm back I'm back I'm back."